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Evolution of Open-source EPC — A Revolution in the Telecom Industry

An analysis of vEPCs in collaboration with GS Lab — a contributor to open-source projects in the telecom domain  Open-source projects gravitate to some common problems in the industry. The use of open-source projects accelerates product/solution development and cuts down the costs. Open-source projects for embedded systems to the cloud are commonplace. Until a few …

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Ubuntu 21.10: Release the party

There ain’t no party like an Ubuntu release party. You might think that you are a party animal, but have you seen an Impish Indri? Some time ago, it was common for the Ubuntu LoCos (local communities) to host and run ‘release parties’, meet-ups, and get-togethers where members of the wider community come together to …

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Design and Web team summary – 8 September 2021

The Web & design team at Canonical run two-week iterations building and maintaining all of the Canonical websites and product web interfaces. Here are some of the highlights of our completed work from this iteration. Meet the team Hi there! I’m MariaPaula and I’m a Web Engineer. I recently joined the Web Squad where I …

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Advantech UNO-420 PoE-Powered Data Sensing Gateway Certified on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

Advantech, a leading provider of intelligent IoT systems and automation technology, is pleased to announce that its UNO-420 data gateway is certified on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and Ubuntu Core 20. UNO-420 is a PoE-powered data sensing gateway powered by an Intel® Atom™ E3815 processor, characterized by its high compatibility with diverse data acquisition devices and …

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KVM hypervisor: a beginners’ guide

KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is the leading open source virtualisation technology for Linux. It installs natively on all Linux distributions and turns underlying physical servers into hypervisors so that they can host multiple, isolated virtual machines (VMs). KVM comes with no licenses, type-1 hypervisor capabilities and a variety of performance extensions which makes it an …

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Android applications running in the cloud now easily scale from prototype to production with the new Anbox Cloud Appliance on AWS

London, UK – Today, Canonical announces the availability of the Anbox Cloud Appliance in AWS Marketplace, allowing for a fast and easy “prototype to production” process for Android apps in the cloud.  The Anbox Cloud Appliance is a small-scale version of Canonical’s Anbox Cloud, which developers can utilize for rapid prototyping of Android-in-the-Cloud solutions. Additionally, …

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Kubernetes CI/CD pipelines: What, why, and how

Who is this for? This blog can provide you with useful information on how to set up a Kubernetes CI/CD workflow using state-of-the-art of open source DevOps tools, whether you are: A developer at the start of your journey with enterprise software An experienced software engineer working on your company’s applications, or  An engineering lead …

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How to develop Linux applications for FIPS on Ubuntu

This is the second article in our series regarding FIPS 140 and Ubuntu. The first part of this series, this article, covers running FIPS 140 applications on Ubuntu while this part is focused on the development of FIPS 140 applications on Ubuntu. What is FIPS and why should a developer care? Developing applications for regulated …

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Snapcraft 6.0 is around the corner

A good sign of maturity and confidence in software is when said software utilizes its own components for future development and enablement. Snapcraft is a command-line utility that allows developers to package and distribute their applications as snaps. But Snapcraft itself is also distributed as a snap, and built in the same manner! Today, Snapcraft …

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Commissioning deployed machines: Request granted

We want to make it possible to deploy MAAS in an existing datacenter, and have it keep track of machines that already have a deployed workload — without disturbing machine or workload. Currently, in order to get a machine into MAAS, with correct hardware information, you have to network boot the machine and let MAAS …

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